If you were fortunate enough to see The Clairvoyants Christmas at Paris Hotel Casino two years ago, then you know that they're truly a stunning act. Austrian couple Amelie van Tass and Thommy Ten exude boundless charisma as they dazzle audiences with mind-blowing mentalism and a unique psychic bond. Now The Clairvoyants are returning to Las Vegas in AMERICA'S GOT TALENT: Las Vegas Live, a new production at Luxor.
This week marks exactly one decade since The Clairvoyants first performed together. They shared that landmark achievement with their fans while noting the significance of celebrating it in Sin City:
"There has always been this dream to perform in Las Vegas at some point. There were small steps, bigger steps, and even some steps backward, but they all helped us to get where we are today. To reach this long-desired goal on the very day exactly 10 years later, even for us, is a miracle. The number 10 is and was always a lucky number for us. There’s a reason why Thommy is named Thommy TEN."
Unique in their field, The Clairvoyants are perfect for the Las Vegas stage. While acts of mentalism and psychic ability can often be somewhat verbose in execution, the attractive duo blends audience engagement with magic and razzle-dazzle visuals to truly excite and mesmerize. They've been performing in the States since 2014, making their biggest splash as competitors on America's Got Talent. It was there that they took on the established Vegas headliner Tape Face. Since then they've returned a number of times to AGT as special guests...and also to compete on AGT: The Champions. Along the way, Thommy and Amelie have racked up an impressive collection of awards and accolades.
This week The Clairvoyants were guests on The TODAY Show discussing AGT Live's premiere and to give hosts Hoda and Jenna a sneak peek. The newly-engaged couple will be appearing alongside such death-defying acts as DUO TRANSCEND and DEADLY GAMES (formerly of CELESTIA), shadow performance group The SIlhouettes, LED dance troupe Light Balance, and season 14 winner, vocalist Kodi Lee. Season 15 winner Brandon Leake will be on board for five weeks, and the show will be emceed by comedian Preacher Lawson. It's slated to run through November 2022.
AMERICA'S GOT TALENT: Las Vegas Live will perform Wednesday through Sunday at 7 pm and 9:30 pm. Tickets start at $49 (plus taxes/fees) and can be ordered here.